Check out the latest news from the Trust below...
Queen meets Surrey’s Conservation Cattle
Thursday 29th October, 2015
Some of Surrey Wildlife Trust’s Belted Galloway cows were honoured by meeting the Queen at the opening of The University of Surrey’s new School of Veterinary Medicine on the 15th October.
Schools Tune in for an African Adventure
Wednesday 28th October, 2015
Surrey schoolchildren enjoyed a real African Safari with Surrey Wildlife Trust.
Support from Toyota Brings Nower Wood New Build a Step Closer
Wednesday 21st October, 2015
Toyota is helping to give Surrey Wildlife Trust’s Nower Wood nature reserve in Leatherhead a new lease of life with a £25,000 donation towards the rebuilding of facilities at the site.
Join SWT on an African Safari
Wednesday 7th October, 2015
Schools are invited to join in a special LIVE broadcast from South Africa, courtesy of Surrey Wildlife Trust, WildEARTH and Nat Geo WILD on Monday 12th October.
Help our hedgehogs in Surrey!
Tuesday 29th September, 2015
Get involved during Wild about Gardens Week and help the humble hedgehog, whose numbers are in steep decline!
Systra Double Nower Wood Donation
Monday 21st September, 2015
The brilliant people at Systra have renewed their partnership with us for a second year and topped that by doubling their initial £5,000 donation to the rebuilding of the Education Centre at Nower Wood.
Pure Bushcraft become Small Business Supporter
Wednesday 2nd September, 2015
Pure Bushcraft is one of the few companies to offer bushcraft experiences in Surrey.
Surrey Wildlife Trust to provide free conservation course in Westfield
Thursday 20th August, 2015
Surrey Wildlife Trust in partnership with Thames Valley Housing is providing a unique opportunity for local people to learn conservation skills.
Seed sales sow success for nature conservation
Monday 17th August, 2015
Vine House Farm birdfood delivers £1m royalties for The Wildlife Trusts
Environmental groups call on PM's intervention as 10 green policies scrapped
Friday 31st July, 2015
Within the first three months of the new government ten different environmental policies have been watered down or scrapped, according to analysis by a group of leading UK environment organisations